Mill and Factory of Aldea RumSince 1969, Aldea Rum has been working continuously at the “El Melonar” sugar mill, next to the “Rompecabos”. Espindola PortFormerly, port of notable importance and intense activity destined to the commerce of sugar coming from the local plantations of cane. Today, small fishing port and sports forms next to its beach of black sand, one of the most picturesque enclaves of the island of La Palma. Charco AzulSet of marine water pools of great scenic beauty and high natural value, declared in 2012 as one of the 10 best natural pools in Spain. San AndrésIt was the most important commercial center of the Northeastern region of the island, reaching the title of “village” in the 16th and 17th centuries. Today as the rest of its brilliant past, we can still visit in this singular and emblematic town the beauty of its Renaissance church, its cobbled streets and its beautiful mansions of imposing balconies. Los SaucesEminently agricultural area, fertile soils and great water wealth. Los Sauces nerve center is guarded by the Church of Our Lady of Montserrat which, together with the large square that bears his name, the well-known Plaza de La Alameda and its exuberant Antonio Herrera Park, make up a unique set on the island. Water springs of Marcos and CorderoThe Canal of Marcos and Cordero route, also known as “Las Aguas”, is considered to be the most impressive due to its flora and singular beauty, within the hiking routes of the island of La Palma. Los Tilos forestIn June 1983, Unesco declared Los Tilos a World Biosphere Reserve to safeguard the Macaronesian laurisilva ecosystem, thus becoming the first Canarian archipelago World Reserve. Los Camachos EstateSugarcane, the dominant crop in the 15th and 16th centuries, was of great importance in the local economy of the area. Los Camachos Estate, located in the neighboring municipality of Barlovento and owned by the Quevedo Family for several decades, is today the only organic sugarcane plantation on the island.